8 of the best London street art tributes to Amy Winehouse



LONDON — There’s been no shortage of attempts to memorialise both Amy Winehouse’s person and her immense talent. In the four years since her untimely death, we’ve seen many, including the newly released docu-film, Amy.

The street art community have been particularly active in memoriam of the late Winehouse, with more and more work appearing every year, leaving the spirit of the north London soul artist singing indefinitely

What you can still see:

“Untitled” by Pegasus


Image: Mashable Composite

Where is it:

As Hungerford Road and York Way meet on the side of Paul’s Emporium (N7)

Nearest tube:

Caledonian Road (Piccadilly Line) Read more…

More about Uk, London, Graffiti, Street Art, and Amy Winehouse


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